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of united states becoming majority-minority company. >> we best make haste because the new majority is the least well educated to compete our country in the global economy. >> with low birth rate and 10,000 baby boomers entering medicare every day, this will help fill that fiscal gap that we have of taxpayer government funded programs. >> i'm going to echo what the congresswoman said, education is the most important issue, these communities have higher barriers for both higher education, k-12 education furlong time we've said that is a hispanic issue, black issue, now all of our issue. how we educate those students is how the country will change in the next hundred years. >> i think we have immigrants paying info a system that they're not necessarily eligible for. and in addition we have increasing number of nontraditional families who deserve ownership over their retirement assets. >> entitlement reforms? you're saying that -- >> social security reform. medicare. >> there are people who are paying phone a system that they're not eligible to get money back out. that is not proper. i
question is, if the vatican keeps it up is it going down to 5,000 nuns in the united states as opposed to 57,000? >> the big picture view. because not only do we have the vatican and i want to be very clear that it's all male hierarchy of the roman catholic charge is out of step with the values of the catholic people. i want to part of family with a lot of nuns in the background, as well as priests. also have vatican going after the survivors' network of those by priests frying to bury them in mountains of requests for all volunteer organization. you have the vatican trying to get involved directly in private health insurce decisions here in this country. i think what we're seeing consistent pattern with all male hierarchy all by itself not including women in the decision making at all. losing touch completely with women leadership. really objecting to the idea that the nuns who are wonderful catholics and wonderful leaders in this country in helping the poor. but they have right to have their own opinions and -- >> you can probably get public opinion behind the nuns 'a hmong the catho
increasingly in the united states is that there are more single mother than that are married ones. for her to have such a frank conversation, her difficulty in her pathway to that and to continue maintaining a happy, beautiful home while her career is rear freshing. i can tell you it's something that unfortunately often not heard from the conservative perspective and it opens up an opportunity to have discussions about struggle. >> i mean, she talked about stigma,. were there members of the conservative right in this country who think even if you were married when you had the children, or when the last one was conceived, you shouldn't be a single mother? >> i don't think that's a conservative or liberal thing. i think different people pass different judgments based on what is going to in their neighborhood, city and family. and there is a difference between somebody who is single, not necessarily by a choice and somebody who else may be thinking everybody is doing it so i will when there is no father in the picture at all inside or outside the home. she has taken a very honest approach abo
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